Resize and tweak digital images with VSO Image Resizer

runs on Windows
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Digital cameras are pretty slick. For many folks, you can take more, better pictures than you can with an old-school camera with film. And since there's no consumable film involved, there's really no incremental cost between taking a dozen photos and taking a zillion of them. They're pretty versatile, also, since you can use your digital images on your website, blog, or even email them to grandma—although with the big file sizes involved, that last one can be a problem.

There are plenty of tools out there that you can use to tweak your pictures so that they aren't so big, letting you share them more easily, whether as an attachment to an email or a picture on a website. If you're looking for such a tool, you might want to take a look at VSO Image Resizer. As the name suggests, this app lets you resize your pictures, but you can also do more. Change the resolution of your images, compress them, do bulk renaming, or even add a watermark. It's compatible with most image formats, and it even knows about RAW formats for several digital camera manufacturers.

VSO Image Resizer is free for personal use. You can use it on Windows systems running Win2000 and later.

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